'Naughty Bear: Panic in Paradise' trailer show Naughty's improved combat system

"Naughty Bear: Panic in Paradise" trailer show Naughty's improved combat system.

Today developer Behaviour Interactive released a new trailer for Naughty Bear: Panic in Paradise, the sequel to 505 Games' third-person teddy bear-slasher Naughty Bear, demonstrating improvements made to the combat system and the titular disgruntled bear's new set of moves.

Combat in Panic in Paradise includes a new combo system that allows Naughty to chain different attacks together using the weapon he carries and the surrounding environment. As shown in the trailer below, Naughty can grab his enemies and carry them towards other objects for some truly creative kills, or off them and steal their clothes to terrorize levels in a grotesque masquerade. Players can unlock and collect clothing and gear as well as weapons for Naughty to use by achieving certain goals or finding them in levels.

Panic in Paradise has also upped the ante regarding graphics, adding an improved lighting system and increasing the number of unsuspecting teddy bears meandering on screen. Behaviour has also switched up the camera system, giving players control for more maneuverability and stealthy options with tracking targets.

Naughty Bear: Panic in Paradise will release this fall on the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade.

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